oberdorfer 402-M

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oberdorfer 402-M

Postby beezer » Thu Aug 23, 2018 3:29 pm

Looking for a raw water pump. Oberdorfer 402-M used on the Ammarine 6404 (John Deere)
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Re: oberdorfer 402-M

Postby Tom H » Thu Aug 23, 2018 10:01 pm

I get mine from Depco Pump Company 727-446-1656 • 1-800-446-1656 • www.depcopump.com.
The pumps are not cheap and surprisingly to have them rebuild the old pump costs more than buying a new one.
Also you can order the pump without a pulley and it saves a couple of dollars and if you get a guy with a commercial account to give you his price it gets even less expensive. Give them a call, they are very friendly and helpful. As a side note, the double pulley option is no longer available so if you have one hang on to it. I had a double pulley with the second belt to operate a Jabsco Bilge Pump and when the pulley broke I spent several years roaming the internet trying to find a replacement. No luck so I wound up abandoning the pump.
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Tom Hansen
1976 42' GBC #482
"Schatzi"
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Re: oberdorfer 402-M

Postby Imaginethat » Mon Aug 27, 2018 12:00 am

What's wrong with your old pump?
I just rebuilt both of mine for under $150 in part (each).
I also came up with a simple way to modify the $30 lip seal (that doesn't come in $100 rebuild kit) so that it can be pushed out without destroying it.
If you need help rebuilding yours I'd be happy to do it for you.
Else, a new pump can be bought here: https://www.pumpcatalog.com/oberdorfer-pumps/402m-series/ for $583 usd.
1974 GB 36 Classic #467 "Imagine That"
Bellingham, WA
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Re: oberdorfer 402-M

Postby beezer » Mon Aug 27, 2018 12:05 pm

Thanks for the reply, The pump that has failed, had a problem with the hub on the pulley coming loose. it migrated down the shaft till it contacted the pump housing and ground it down to make it unfixable. That is why we are looking for a new or used pump to have a spare on board. Thanks for the offer of help though. We will scavenge all the parts from the deceased pump for future rebuilds.

Jack Oerlemans
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